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Multiple Product Types With Wyomind's Data Feed Manager

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I'm using Wyomind's Data Feed Manager 7.3.2 to create a Google Shopping feed. However, when I use {GSmiley TongueRODUCT_TYPE} to load the product type, the tool loads all the product types it can find. In my chase there are 3 product types:

 

<gSmiley Tongueroduct_type><![CDATA[Default category]]></gSmiley Tongueroduct_type>
<gSmiley Tongueroduct_type><![CDATA[Default category > Sub-category]]></gSmiley Tongueroduct_type>
<gSmiley Tongueroduct_type><![CDATA[Default category > Sub-category > Sub-sub-category]]></gSmiley Tongueroduct_type>

 

If I want to use the product type to segment my products in AdWords, I can only choose the first product type, which is alway Default category. 

 

Is there a way so it loads the third, most accurate product type first or only loads the third one?

 

Thanks in advanced

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Multiple Product Types With Wyomind&#39;s Data Feed Manager

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The categories always start at the first parent level, than you can subdivide down the hierarchy. If you want to begin at a different level only custom labels can be used to start at any level from 0 to 4, more info : https://support.google.com/merchants/answer/6324473

 

So in your case, the first one will always be default category, you can than further subdivide to sub-category.

 

You can change the category in your feed. However as this is a Google Merchant Center or Google Shopping forum, we (community members) do not support 3rd party support. As there are hundreds of tools out there.

 

Please ask support from the Wyomind developers : https://www.wyomind.com/contact.html

 

Alternatively you can create a supplement feed with your own data. Any data submitted, will overwrite the default feed. More info : https://support.google.com/merchants/answer/7439058?hl=en

 

Hope it helps

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